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The UAE Government Communications Strategy
A research study on government communication plans, with a focus on the government communication strategy in the UAE.
# 152952 | 3,799 words | 13 sources | APA | 2013 | US
Published on May 01, 2013 in Political Science (Non-U.S.)


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Description:

The paper explains the reasons for launching the government communication strategy in the UAE and presents a study that aims to define why communication is key to a sustainable government transformation, to examine how transparency is created through more efficient integration between government departments, divisions and ministries over time, and thirdly, to assess how technology is enabling more efficient government communications and ensuring more accuracy and reliability of process integration across departments, divisions and ministries. The paper outlines the research methodology to be utilized and then explores the UAE federal communication strategy and evaluates the existing and expected role of the government strategy. The paper concludes that the UAE government communication plan is among the most advanced and integrated there is globally today.

Outline:
Introduction
Chapter 1: Background of the Study
Chapter 2: The UAE Federal Communication Strategy
Chapter 3: The Evaluation of the Existing and Expected role of the Government Communication Strategy
Conclusion

From the Paper:

"The UAE continues to set the pace globally in the defining and implementing of domestic and global policy initiatives and programs. These policies and programs are proving to be highly effective in balancing the kingdom's wealth and intelligence today, with the need invest in creating a strong economic foundation for the future. As the number of initiatives, policies and programs continues to escalate, the need for communication strategies and frameworks has never been greater. The success UAE's many bold initiatives globally and internally all are heavily reliant on a consistent, country-wide communications strategy. Communications strategy frameworks must be stable enough to allow for rapid, reliable and secure communication on the one hand, yet agile and flexible enough to meet the needs of a changing nation and its role globally on the other. Above all, a national communication plan needs to pursue collaboration and transparency so that its goals can be attained while being accountable to citizens for its results.
"Creating greater collaboration through communications programs that have transparency, data sharing, and the ability to quickly create online portals for knowledge sharing are leading to significant gains in policy effectiveness in the U.S. Canada and throughout the European Union (Mendis, Green, 2010)."

Sample of Sources Used:

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APA Format

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